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Discussion Board for collaboration on QlikView Management.
We have accesspoint deployed in internet and I do want to have my QMC as well.
Is it possible to do that so and what's pros and cons if it.
The QMC is purely for management. It's not a question of Pros or Cons but rather where do you need to manage the QV configuration from.
Personally I find it handy to be able to log onto the QMC via any browser (that has permissions) at the customer.
I need to manage it from outside of my domain network.
The problem is to my knowledge the only way to use the QMC is via Windows authentication. You would for example:
1.) Have a Domain Trust setup
2.) Have a Reverse Proxy setup supporting Windows authentication
3.) Just accept the fact you'll have to log in manually using your domain credentials every time